Make the Most Out of Your Weakness
Corporate introspection is a good thing. The acknowledgement that we all have weaknesses is a good thing. Using the "we all have weaknesses" card to excuse poor behavior/performance is a bad thing both in our personal lives, our businesses, and our society. It is admirable to forgive -- we all need to do that. But "forgiveness", in my opinion, is often mistaken for "making excuses for others". And too often, we make excuses for others but never forgive! How does that make good sense?
An excerpt from my article "Make the Most Out of Your Weakness" found at www.trincon.net.
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